Training and placement cell is an integral part of a professional institute .Training activities are organized throughout the year as an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programmes. The cell keeps on inviting various industries and reputed firms for campus recruitment. It moulds the Engineering Graduates into young professionals with a flair for the corporate world. There are several career opportunities after BE. Some of them are mentioned below so that you can prepare yourself with an objective in your mind
Defence as Career: Indian Navy/Indian Army/Indian Air Force
Perhaps the stability, security, security and well-being of our country is a strong, disciplined, and die-hard defence force. Force of India present opportunities for professional as well as personal growth to candidates who have it in them.
GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers) is common entrance test that provides successful candidates with various opportunities for attractive scholarship/assistantship for postgraduate courses in Engineering/Technology/Architecture/Pharmacy at Engineering Colleges/Institute in the country. GATE qualifies candidates in engineering subjects will also be eligible for the award of Junior Research Fellowship in CSIR Laboratories.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) administered by the Educational Testing Services(ETS)for admission into all graduate academic programs (except Management)in universities across USA and Canada and some selected universities across the world including India. The exam is a computer adaptive test and is administered at any of the sylvan testing centres in the country after prior registration. English proficiency tests like IELTS and/or TOEFL score are required for international students to get postgraduate admission in the Australian/US/UK universities.
MBA is the most promising post-graduation option .It thrown up jobs in the fields Finance, Personnel Management, Sales-Marketing International Business, etc. Tries offered by Today, a Management Degree has become an attractive proposition ,as there are attractive entry level salaries(including salaries offered by some MNC’s )and typically, a Management Graduate gets absorbed into a company through the campus placement program of the institute.
A lot of public sector undertaking (PSU) under the aegis of Government of India regularly provide for employment opportunities in various area. Job seekers can apply to these undertakings, according to their required job profile and area of interest. Examples of PSU’s BHEL, ONGC, IOL, NHPC, NTPC, BSNL, SAIL, etc. All the GET (Graduate Engineering Test) generally comprise of written followed by group discussion and interviews.
Campus recruitment-it comprises of four steps.
- 1. Pre –Placement talk: The detail of company are given through a presentation by the company officials.
- 2. Written test (Aptitude and Technical): For aptitude you must have speed in solving the problems and the type of questions are normally of tenth standards.it tests your abilities with numerical problems.
- 3. Group discussion: It generally test your confidence level, Personality, Behaviour, Team work etc.
- 4. Interviews (Technical and Personal): It gauges the actual personality of the candidates through face to face interaction.
Curriculum vitae building: you need to have perfect curriculum vitae before applying for your 1st job. Since you are fresh out of college, use your education as your strong point. Aggregate %CGPA, accolades, club participation, etc., will be your focuses.